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Irony in its broadest sense, is a rhetorical device, literary technique, or event in which what appears, on the surface, to be the case, ...

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Verbal irony definition, irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means another, or uses words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of the literal ...

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You already know that irony is when events are words appear to be the opposite of reality. Verbal Irony is when words express something contrary to truth or ...

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The term verbal irony refers to the use of vocabulary to describe something in a way that is other than it seems. Often, but not always, verbal irony is used with a ...

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Definition, Usage and a list of Verbal Irony Examples in literature. Verbal irony occurs when a speaker speaks something contradictory to what he intends to.

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For example: a man may say loudly to a manifestly unattractive woman, “You are more than beautiful!” This guy is obviously a jerk. An ironic jerk. Verbal ironies ...

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Mar 13, 2013 ... View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-is-verbal-irony-christopher- warner At face value, the lines between verbal irony, sarcasm, and ...

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Mar 13, 2013 ... At face value, the lines between verbal irony, sarcasm, and compliments can be blurry. After all, the phrase 'That looks nice' could be all three ...

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Definition and a list of examples of verbal irony. Verbal irony occurs when someone says something that is in opposition to the person's true meaning.

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Critical Concepts. Verbal Irony. Verbal irony is a figure of speech. The speaker intends to be understood as meaning something that contrasts with the literal or ...